Powder Room Vanities

Explore your options for powder room vanities, and get ready to add an attractive and elegant vanity to your bathroom space.

Contemporary Blue Bathroom With Built-In Shelves

Contemporary Blue Bathroom With Built-In Shelves

Geometric elements like the rectangular vessel sink, cubic, built-in shelves and a simple, square mirror give the space a contemporary look. Slate blue walls add drama and a soothing pop of color.

By: Sean McEvoy

Powder rooms are often small spaces, which is why powder room vanities can be an efficient and elegant solution for your storage and primping needs.

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Bold Wallpaper Patterns

The graphic wallpaper adds dimension to this small black-and-white powder room. Photo by Hale Photography. Design by Jennifer Jones in San Francisco

Powder Room Stripes

A rich faux stripe finish and elegant botanical artwork on the walls give this powder room a traditional feel. Design by Loretta Willis

Photo By: Designer, Loretta Willis

Simple Elegance

Sophistication and understated elegance are found in this powder room. The bamboo walls shine in this space alongside simplistic countertops. Design by Chris Johnson

Minimum Color Palette

The upholstered walls in this small powder room bring warmth and texture to the space. Don't bring too much texture though; keeping a minimalist color palette helps maximize small spaces. Photo by Terrance Williams. Design by Lauren Jacobson in Studio City, Calif.

Photo By: Designer, Lauren Jacobsen

Small Space, Big Design

This powder room boasts a midcentury modern design aesthetic characterized by clean lines and bold color contrasts. Design by Vern Yip

Photo By: ERICC BB

Mediterranean-Style Powder Room

This powder room, designed by Bonnie Sachs, has a Mediterranean feel. Jerusalem stone with modern glass elements from Italy create a combination of visual and tactile texture and vibrant color.

Photo By: Designer, Bonnie Sachs

Regal Accents

The chair rail and wood paneling add formality to this powder room. The traditional wallpaper print, in combination with the gold accents in the frame, mirror and faucet, create a classic space. Design by Thomas Conway

Photo By: Designer, Thomas A. Conway

Tile Wall Powder Rooms

This space, designed by Andreea Avram Rusu, uses the same color glass tile throughout, but the lower half is sandblasted and the top half is glossy. A cast concrete sink and stainless steel toilet add classiness, and the flowers in the corner complete the look.

Photo By: Designer, Andreea Avram Rusu

Beautifully Aged Powder Room

This space achieves a Mediterranean appearance with a warm wall finish. The walls are faux-finished with plaster relief arabesque motifs scattered about. A soft glaze washes over the wall to give it an aged feel. Design by Joseph Pubillones in Palm Beach, Fla.

Photo By: Designer, Joseph Pubillones

The Element of Surprise

The detailed vessel sink complements the warm red walls. The walls are embellished by a gold leaf design, adding an element of surprise in this powder room. The oversize mirror above the vanity works with the diamond-shaped mirrors on the back wall to make the space seem larger. Photo by Cynthia MacDonald. Design by Kim Smart

Photo By: Designer, Kim Smart

Organic Colors

This powder room brings the outdoors inside with reclaimed wood cabinetry, plants and pebble-covered walls. The sconces add a bit of sparkle. Design by Lori Dennis

Photo By: Designer, Lori Dennis

Mirrored Walls

A mirrored wall makes this powder room feel twice as big, and the bold artwork enlivens the small space designed by Andreas Charalambous.

Photo By: Designer, Andreas Charalambous

Wood-Paneled Powder Room

This bathroom, designed by Gail Drury in Glen Ellyn, Ill., takes advantage of some wasted space in the adjoining room. The three openings are framed with wood panels to match the frames on the back wall.

Photo By: Designer, Gail Drury

Vanity Appeal

The open washstand with porcelain sink from Walker Zanger creates a beautiful focal point for this well-detailed powder room. Design by Kathy Geissler Best; photography Matthew Millman

From: Kathy Geissler Best

Photo By: Matthew Millman

African-Inspired Details

Wood-lined walls, leather vanity, chiseled-limestone counter, slate flagstone flooring and natural branches are some of the elements used to create a rustic atmosphere and evoke a cultural context.

Photo By: Photo Credit: Suki Medencevic

Your first consideration when choosing a powder room vanity will be whether you want it to mirror the prevailing style of your bathroom or take a slight (or radical) design departure. Because vanities are often a focal point of a powder room but also stand alone to some degree, they can be a great way to add some personality to the design with unique styles and bold colors. So if your powder room style is contemporary, you might consider a powder room vanity with a more rough-hewn, vintage look; conversely, in a traditional powder room space, consider a sleek modern vanity.

If your powder room features tight quarters, you may even want to consider placing your vanity in a corner. Corners are often unused spaces, but angling a powder room vanity into one can make great use of all the available space in the room, and provide you with a small but elegant refuge for your powder room preparation rituals.

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